Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery at the University of Western Australia exhibits contemporary and historical Australian art. In addition, the Gallery gift shop displays a range of hand-crafted ceramics, glassware, textiles and jewellery by Western Australian artists and designers, including Blue Lawn table linen and cushions.
The Mokoh Design store in South Fremantle is becoming a bit of a landmark.
Trudy and Andy Baker specialise in stationery and homewares with a unique twist and their love for their adoptive country Australia. Mokoh Design products include greeting cards, prints, magnets, tags, key-rings, postcards and tea towels. All Mokoh Design products are proudly designed, printed and made in Western Australia.
Art Gallery of Western Australia
Blue Lawn Designs tea towels and table linen are featured in the gift shop, with designs reflecting Western Australian flora, fauna and iconic local places. These are popular with visitors as gifts or mementos to take back home. AGWA is housed in a unique modernist building designed around a cast concrete spiral staircase, with vistas across the nine gallery spaces.
Kakulas Sister, Fremantle
Kakulas Sister stocks an assortment of spices, nuts and coffee. Bulk dried food is stored in hessian sacks on the floor, while hard-to-find spices are plentiful, and gluten-free and organic foods are in good supply. Blue Lawn Designs tea towels hang overhead.
Angove Street Collective
This collective of independent local retailers under one roof, has become the most successful collective design store in Perth. The Angove Street Collective is located in the busy part of North Perth, and stocks a range of Blue Lawn Designs products.
Riversmith, Margaret River
Riversmith is located in an iconic renovated garage on the main street of Margaret River. It includes a cafe, produce and lifestyle store with a focus on artisan producers, sourcing local seasonal ingredients, beverages, preserves and handmade wares. Riversmith stock Blue Lawn Designs table linen and tea towels featuring southwest scenes and images of native birds and plants.
Kate and Abel, Fremantle
The Kate and Abel concept store and on-site café is located in new digs at MANY 2.0 in Adelaide Street, Fremantle. The retailers and makers can talk, connect and sometimes collaborate as a result of the communal space. Customers enjoy the variety, the original wares and the accessibility. Kate and Abel curate a selection of internationally and locally sourced wares, including Blue Lawn tea towels and plywood panels.
FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre
The gift shop, FOUND showcases Western Australian art, craft, books and design objects. Celebrating both traditional and contemporary techniques, every piece has been handpicked for its quality, design and superb craftsmanship. FOUND stock the full range of Blue Lawn products.
Aspects of Kings Park
Aspects of Kings Park presents the highest quality contemporary Australian and Western Australian craft and design, with products reflecting Australia’s natural environment and floral biodiversity. Images of native birds and plants on tea towels are very popular with visitors. All profits directly support Kings Park and Botanic Garden.
Merchants of Swanbourne
Merchants of Swanbourne now stock Blue Lawn Designs printed tea towels and plywood panels. Merchants of Swanbourne is a two storey building packed to the gunnels with interesting homewares and gift items.
Gunyulgup Galleries, Yallingup
Gunyulgup Galleries was established in 1987, and exhibits a diverse range of Western Australian art and design. Exhibitions and displays of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, glass, jewellery and textiles are changing constantly. Gunyulgup is an aboriginal word meaning ‘resting place near water’, emphasising the gallery’s peaceful lakeside setting.